Need a lift? Rubi Rose knows how to get the party jumping in the video to her new single featuring K Camp. Outside a lively gathering, Rubi raps her seductive raps on a tricked out bike while her fellow lady gang twerk beside a lowrider. K Camp enjoys the fun with the company of female […]
Blxst continues his love story in the latest feature presentation off the L.A. singer’s No Love Lost EP. Proceeding after “Overrated” and “No Love Lost“, the third episode of his four-part series finds Blxst and his lady sharing passionate and intimate moments before a twisted home invasion begins to take place. To be continued.
Muufasaa! One half of Audio Push Price is set to release his first solo album, CLRD on September 25, and releases the royal visual for his first single. In the powerful clip, Price embraces Black Excellence and builds his legacy while making moves throughout his kingdom out West. Remember who you are.
Can I live? Fresh off the release of his Good Energy album, Grafh rightfully releases the powerful music video for its title track. Directed by Tim Video, Grafh weighs in on racial injustice and police brutality as names of countless victims, protest footage and historic images project behind. Black Lives Matter!
Karma Lessons. Come join the gang in MC Eiht’s new music video. The track is featured on his newly released album, Lessons. Saddling out West, Dave East congregates with Eiht and the crew where they enjoy hitting the streets in lowriders, drinking booze and blazing the green. We’ll smoke to that.
Get low. Drop it low to the dirt in the latest music video off B.o.B.’s latest album, Somnia. Pulling up in his trailer, Bobby Ray holds tryouts at Camp Booty where members twerk throughout the summer before graduating with their fellow classmates. Don’t be tardy.
Please. Rockie Fresh is simply just putting on an act on his new single featuring Charity. On the slow-tempo groove, Rockie and Charity share all the fronting that goes on during a toxic relationship.
Sip with caution. Water gets contaminated on Saba’s collaboration featuring Denzel Curry. The track is part Saba’s two-for-one release that included his new video, “Mrs. Whoever“. On the introspective track, the two rappers lament on the dirty side of the industry as well as life’s dark secrets. Filter please.
Do better. Nappy Roots uplifts the spirits on their new single featuring an inspiring hook by Andrew Weaver. Produced by 808Blake, the group preach perseverance for a better tomorrow. “For us personally, it speaks to being better men; better fathers, better husbands, better sons, and better friends” Nappy Roots stated. “It also has a macro […]
Olivia O’Brien first broke through in 2015 with “i hate u, i love u.” That collaboration with gnash cracked the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 and racked up more than one billion streams. The newcomer soon inked a record deal and started churning out bops in 2017. Since then, she has released an […]